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Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: Julie] #1074
11/30/05 01:28 AM
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...Sigh...You guys are starting to make me feel insecure. You guys are just doing awesome things!

-JM

Mammoth Sunset:


Hayden Valley Sunset

Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: James Morrissey] #1075
11/30/05 01:28 AM
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...By the way...Misha, I think that the last photo you presented is by far one of the most beautiful images I have ever seen. Thank you.

PeteD - I cannot wait for your article to go up on Botswana. Your photography is excellent and it appears you were able to capture a whole variety of unique things.

-JM

Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: James Morrissey] #1076
11/30/05 07:53 PM
11/30/05 07:53 PM
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Hi James

I've nearly finished the first draft for you to read. I have already decided on the pictures to go with it so it should be coming soon. I haven't written anything like this since I left college - I'm not sure whether its fun or torture! I wish I were stronger editorially. It will be interesting to see what people think.

And I'll second what you said about Mishas work - I love it too. What you need now is an enormous canvas of it


Regards PaparazziPete www.marlboroughphoto.co.uk
Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: PeteD] #1077
12/01/05 01:37 AM
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Wow...these are all great shots! I am impressed!!!

Roman

Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: RomanJohnston] #1078
12/01/05 02:12 PM
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"I've nearly finished the first draft for you to read. I have already decided on the pictures to go with it so it should be coming soon. I haven't written anything like this since I left college - I'm not sure whether its fun or torture! I wish I were stronger editorially. It will be interesting to see what people think."

Don't worry about it. My wife and I will definitely help out with the editing process. Actually, I am not sure if I am a help or not in this area or just a big pain in the butt. Smile.

I am very much excited about your piece though.

-JM

Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: Misha] #1079
12/03/05 07:16 AM
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Here are a couple of my favorite Elk shots from '05 (these were taken in July).




Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: James Morrissey] #1080
12/03/05 11:05 PM
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A splendid toadfish taken in Cozumel during Labor Day of this year.

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Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: Lance_Diver] #1081
12/05/05 10:03 PM
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This was definetly the most fun I had photographing in the Everglades this year. http://www.artwanted.com/imageview.cfm?id=182108&SubGal=Action%20Birds

Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: rustin] #1082
12/05/05 11:03 PM
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Here is a shot I took about 3 miles from the Farallon Islands off San Fransisco. Had the extraordinary luck of finding a dead blue whale being fed upon by white sharks. This image is special to me because this event has only been observed and recorded a handful of times in all of human history. I also really like it because you can see the white nictitating membrane cover the eye as it bites...Hope you enjoy it...
Canon 20D
300 mm for 1/500 @ f/8 ISO 100

cheers...

- MDP

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Re: Your Best Shot of '05! [Re: shark8matt] #1083
12/06/05 02:20 AM
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James/PeteD - thank you for your compliment!!

I noticed that a couple of latest posts don't have anything attached to them (while the text suggests otherwise). Are we having some technical issues?

Misha

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